Synthetic rubber soon will be replacing natural rubber. Since it has longer durability. There are several different methods for producing synthetic rubber, but most involve using chemical reactions to convert raw materials into a polymer with the desired properties. Some common methods for producing synthetic rubber include:
Emulsion polymerization: This method involves mixing monomers (small molecules that can be chemically bonded together) with a surfactant and water to create an emulsion. The mixture is then heated and agitated, causing the monomers to polymerize (bond together) and form a rubber-like substance.
Solution polymerization: This method involves dissolving the monomers in a solvent and then adding a catalyst to initiate the polymerization reaction. The resulting rubber is then extracted from the solvent and dried.
Bulk polymerization: This method involves heating the monomers in a reactor until they polymerize and form a rubber-like substance.
Regardless of the method used, the resulting synthetic rubber must then be processed and finished to give it the desired properties, such as strength, elasticity, and durability. This may involve mixing the rubber with other materials, such as fillers, to give it specific characteristics.
Footwear – Ladies, Gents
Our synthetic rubber sheets are primarily used in shoe making. Rubber insole layer cut into shape and inserted according to the size of shoe. These shoe are used in hotel, restaurant etc. Also inside high heel ladies footwear are filled with our synthetic rubber.
Bag-Luggage & Accessories
Thick rubber sheets are split in 30 pieces or more, then put inside bag and luggage to make them stiff and waterproof. Local made handbag has rubber sheets inside them.
Sponge Flip Flop Sandals
Flip flop sandals are completely made from polymer (EVA) and other additives. Various color and shape available for male female users.
Synthetic rubber sheets are used in a wide range of applications due to their durability, flexibility, and resistance to wear and tear. Some common uses of synthetic rubber sheets include:
Footwear: EVA shoe, insole and outsole. Ladies high heel shoes are made from synthetic rubber materials.
Gaskets and seals: Synthetic rubber sheets are often used to create gaskets and seals for a variety of applications, including automotive, industrial, and marine.
Flooring: Synthetic rubber sheets are used to create flooring for gyms, schools, and other facilities where a durable, non-slip surface is needed.
Vibration Dampening: Synthetic rubber sheets can be used to dampen vibrations in machinery and other equipment, including bridge infrastructure.
Weather-Stripping: Synthetic rubber sheets are used to create weather-stripping for doors and windows to help seal out drafts and improve energy efficiency.
Printing Rollers: Synthetic rubber sheets are used to create printing rollers that transfer ink onto paper or other materials.
Belting: Synthetic rubber sheets are used to create conveyor belts, drive belts, and other types of belting used in a variety of industries.